Global security company Hanwha Techwin launches 2-megapixel 32x zoom box camera.
Based on Hanwha's industry-leading optical technologies, the newly launched XNZ-6320 is capable of monitoring distant objects using up to 32x zoom (4.44 - 142.6 mm).
This new model offers stabilization performance through image stabilization using gyro sensor and clear image through 150dB WDR backlight compensation, with defocus detection and fog detection features to realize clear, focused monitoring.
This camera supports various types of intelligent video analysis features like motion detection and sound classification. In particular, a new shock detection feature is applied to enable fast response to event situations by sending alarms to the user through fast detection when the camera is subjected to strong physical impact.
Another one of its advantages is that it is equipped with SFP slot to enable video transfers via optical cable. Since this feature is normally required in wide area monitoring environments such as city surveillance, stable long-distance video transfer is possible.
In addition, Hanwha Techwin's proprietary video compression technology WiseStream II maintains high-quality resolution while significantly reducing data size to increase the efficiency of system operation.
"With the excellent zoom function and stable long-distance video transfer of this camera, it is expected to be widely used for wide area monitoring in the city or outskirt areas," Hanwha Techwin said.